Ice Cream, Kids' Games & Live Music for the Whole Family: WGBH FunFest
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The last date listed for WGBH FunFest was Saturday July 12, 2014 / 2:00pm - 4:00pm.
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From "super foods" to learning to bend the universe to your will, there's no shortage of advice from the self-help industry on how to make yourself rich, happy and near immortal. Charlotte Meehan's 27 Tips for Banishing the Blues is a multimedia satire that takes on the celebrity gurus that sell fake help to people in real pain, and keep them desperately chasing some elusive media-driven version of American nirvana. Sleeping Weazel theater company presents this world premiere of the second in Meehan's The Problem with People trilogy, which spoofs modern day American life. Now in its second year, Sleeping Weazel continues to bridge the gap between mainstream and avant-garde theater with thought-provoking and entertaining works. Learn More
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Very well organized ,lots of fun for the kids--music,balloons,face painting,coloring & the big hit -PBS CHARACTERS-water stations were super as well as cooling stations--all volunteers helpful & nice--from 3 to 58--had a nice afternoon
Ice cream is included with admission.
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